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Most of us don’t enjoy filing our taxes, and like it even less if we have to pay to file them. The good news is that you may be among the 70 percent of US taxpayers eligible to file your taxes for free. Always check the requirements for eligibility and remember that some free filing options are only available through the IRS website. One of the most popular tax software programs, TurboTax,
2016 is here and given that most people have big goals planned for this year; they are putting some effort to ensure success. Individuals are taking time to look for ways of increasing their income and reducing their family expenses and Turbo Tax 2015. Everyone would love to have a little bit more finances going into their budget. This article looks at some tips for increasing and saving money in
It’s always difficult to be caught up in a mad rush at the end of the tax season to get your federal taxes filed on-time. Filing at the last minute is bound to be particularly stressful this year due to the scaled back phone support from the IRS and the additional requirements set by the Affordable Care Act. Here are some tax changes to take note of now so you are not surprised down the str
Tax time can be a very anxious time as people begin to wonder whether they will strike it rich or end up paying out big time. The good news is that using modern software programs like Turbo Tax 2015 can not only make preparation easier, it can mean less stress next year. If you have not already purchased a copy of TurboTax 2015, you may be surprised to find out that there are multiple versions
As the deadline for filing 2013 taxes approaches, beginners are faced with a much bigger challenge. Many of them do not know that there are fines and penalties for missing the deadline. That is because they have never filed tax returns in the past. Mistakes are more likely going to be made, but proper preparation can help to minimize errors. For instance, putting all your financial records for
You would have been given a refund had you filed your 2011 tax return, but you never did. The IRS is holding onto $1 billion in unclaimed funds that will become the property of the federal government if tax filers don’t claim the funds before the end of the tax filing period. Over 1 million houses failed to file and are owed the money. Tax payers have three years to file a return and clai
We are currently in the midst of the tax season, and many tax filers already received their refunds. These individuals should feel happy and lucky because there is an issue currently afflicting the tax industry. Based on recent reports from the TheBestCompanys.com, some individuals are not receiving the refunds they were expecting. Apparently, identity thieves found a way to claim and steal from
Traverse City tax expert Frank Ellis shows how to enter the pertinent information regarding your 2014 Taxes into the current year’s IRS income tax return. He points out the many benefits and aspects of the popular TurboTax software. His newly published article takes readers step by step through the process of moving the information they have posted in the previous year’s tax returns t
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